Recent Blog Posts

Mayoral Candidates are coming together to talk about the Arts

With the Calgary civic election on the horizon, three theatre companies have come together to host a Mayoral Candidates Forum on the Arts. Spearheaded by Theatre Junction Grand with One Yellow Rabbit Theatre and Alberta Theatre Projects, the forum will take place on August 28th, at 6pm, at Theatre Junction Grand.

Calgary Theatre Critics’ Awards comes to an end

As our city launches into one of the busiest months in theatre during September, it is with heavy hearts and regret that the Calgary Theatre Critics (Louis B Hobson, Stephen Hunt, Rodrigo Flores and Jenna Shummoogum) must announce the conclusion of the Calgary Theatre Critics’ Awards (The Critters.) Since 2011, the Calgary Theatre Critics’ Awards […]

The Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival

The Rocky Mountain Wine & Food Festival Calgary is back for two days of indulgence on October 17 and 18, offering a little something for everyone. The Festival offers the opportunity to sample an extensive variety of world-class wine, scotch, premium spirits, import and micro-brewed beer along with gourmet culinary creations from local restaurants, hotels […]

Recent Reviews

Stage West’s Drinking Habits 2: Caught in the Act is flat fun

The cast from Drinking Habits are back with a bigger farce than the first time. The sisters of Perpetual Sewing miss the excitement of the old days. The old days where they had to make wine to save their convent. But now things are calm and the sisters wish something would happen to stir things […]

Broadway Across Canada’s Beautiful The Carole Musical is slow to begin but a strong production

Carole King is a wildly successful singer and songwriter. She has co-wrote 118 songs that made the Billboard Hot 100 between 1955 and 1999. The Broadway Musical Beautiful The Carole King Musical features some of King’s biggest hits and a story of her early life. It is a bit slow to begin with, especially when King is just starting to […]

Sage Theatre’s ‘The Year of Magical Thinking’ tells a story from the edge of grief

Joan Didion is reporting back from the edges of grief. It’s her year of magical thinking, where to process what is going on in her life, she has to find a way to suspend her logical mind. We all find ways to carry our grief and Joan is no different. In Sage Theatre’s stage production […]